Sunshine Coast Darts LeagueSunshine Coast Dart League

Full or part time players are welcome all year round!

The league is located on the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada, and provides league darts play, alternating between the Sechelt Legion, the Gibsons Legion, and the Gibsons Curling Club.

We are always looking for new players to play league darts. Players new to the sport will be given every opportunity to learn with our more experienced players. It's easy to learn, and fun as well.

League team games alternate between the Gibsons Legion, Gibsons Curling Club, and the Sechelt Legion.

To join the league, please click here to apply. Remember that experience is not necessary!

Additionally, both Legions also offer fun darts nights for drop-in play:

Sechelt Fun Darts

Drop in to play fun darts every Thursday starting at 7:30 PM at the Sechelt Legion, for a drop-in fee of 2 dollars. Partners are randomly drawn, and cash prizes are awarded from the drop-in fees.

Gibsons Fun Darts

Drop in to play fun darts every Wednesday night starting at 7:30 PM at the Gibsons Legion, for a drop-in fee of 2 dollars. As with the Sechelt fun darts, partners are randomly drawn and cash prizes are awarded from the drop-in fees.

Upcoming Games - February 26, 2018 - Final Regulation Games

Gibsons Legion Sechelt Legion Gibsons Curling Club
109 Maulers at Ta Kill Ya's Triple Shooters at Respect Da Bull Bombers at I'd Hit That
- The Dark Side at Hooligans -


Not playing this week: Bull Shooters

Recent Updates

Team and player standings have been updated and include team games and player statistics for games up to and including December 4th.

Note that the schedule has been updated for this season and is now available in the Schedule page.

The All Nationals team has been renamed to Triple Shooters.

The team I'd Hit That has been sponsored by GBS and has agreed to play out of the Gibsons curling club.


Summer Darts Tournament

Thank you to all of you for the support in making the Mark Dove Tournament the most successful event yet!

Even if you were not able to be there, those that made it out to play, help or simply watch a few games, the participants enjoyed the best event yet. The payout for prize money was over $6,900. That is only second to the Greater Vancouver Open in BC!

Gibsons Legion raised over $350 in the fifty/fifty draw which is going towards the memorial benches (and a plaque) in memory of Mark Dove.